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by Rasko Miljkovic


Ten-year-old Jovan was born with partial cerebral palsy. Shy, self-conscious and without many friends, he often escapes in his imagination to a place where he is a crime-fighting superhero not limited by his own body. His world shifts when a new girl arrives in his class. Milica, not intimidated by much, chooses the seat next to Jovan and immediately enlists him to help her free her father from his girlfriend, whom she is convinced is a witch who has placed her father under a spell. As evidence, Milica cites drinking weird green juices, alien-like substances stored in jars and consumption of black salt. Between school and physical therapy, the new friends hatch a plan to expose Milica's father's girlfriend and break the spell; Milica believes this will reunite her parents. Preoccupied with the plan, Jovan begins to enjoy life and overcome many of his insecurities as he focuses on helping a friend. The Witch Hunters is an honest portrayal of struggle and acceptance, and how true friendship can lead to undiscovered inner strength. 

international title: The Witch Hunters
original title: Zlogonje
country: Serbia, North Macedonia
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Rasko Miljkovic
film run: 90'
release date: RS 27/09/2018, DE 2/05/2019, PL 17/05/2019
screenplay: Milos Kreckovic, Marko Manojlovic
cast: Mihajlo Milavic, Silma Mahmuti, Jelena Djokić, Bojan Žirović, Dubravka Kovjanic, Jelena Jovanova, Olga Odanović, Milutin Milosevic, Stela Cetkovic
cinematography by: Miksa Andjelic
film editing: Djordje Markovic
art director: Aljoša Spajić
costumes designer: Milena Milenkovic
producer: Jovana Karaulic
co-producer: Antov Ognen, Snezana Penev
executive producer: Jovana Karaulic
associate producer: Stojan Vujicic
line producer: Marko Jocić
production: Akcija Produkcija, Dream Factory Macedonia, This&That Production
distributor: Der Filmverleih
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